so my question is do you reject the pretty much universally accepted notion that private businesses are more efficient than government bureaucracies...
Seriously. You're a f-ing moron.
really how so is this enlightened post meant to say that his statement its not universally accepted or that its not true?
You're a moron because you display no critical reading skills whatsoever.
1. The clear implication from what she wrote is that she rejects such a notion.
2. She has posted NUMEROUS times her reasons for rejecting such a notion, including
A. arguments showing effective government bureaucracies, and
B. arguments showing ineffective business models, particularly
i. the health care system, which compares not only poorly to other government bureaucracies like the Post Office, but even to the minimal government healthcare assistance already in place (Medicare or Medicaid)
If you want to take her on regarding the merits of that argument, you can certainly do that (as Freak is attempting). If you want to just state, simply and categorically, without even a shred of evidence, that everyone just knows business is more effective than government, then you're a f-ing moron.
first of all my critical reading skills are just fine lets test yours. the fact that their are effective government bureaucracies (which i will accept for this response)does not at all refute the fact that private industry is more efficient than any government bureaucracies...the fact that there are inefficient private industries does not at all refute the fact that private industry is more efficient than government bureaucracies... if anything it acknowledges the fact that bureaucracies are by nature inefficient but some are more efficient than others.
secondly you post bolded and the question my critical reading skills. let's test your critical reading skills American Heritage Dictionary: bu·reauc·ra·cy An administrative system in which the need or inclination to follow rigid or complex procedures impedes effective action: Today, the term bureaucracy suggests a lack of initiative, excessive adherence to rules and routine, red tape, inefficiency, or, even more serious, an impersonal force dominating the lives of individuals. secondly i don't need to post a shred of evidence to state that private business is more effective than the government anymore than i need to state a shred of evidence that water is wet for it to be so.....there are still some people who reject that the world is flat doesn't mean it is
lastly this particular subject has been going on forever, it has gone around and come back again no one here freak or miss p, is making any arguments that someone else hasn't already made if you have the time to go back through and find them more power to you, i do not...miss p is free to reject the universally accepted premise of business and economic theory that government bureaucracies are inherently inefficient i won't call her a moron because of it....can't say the same for you